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Saturday, June 2, 2018

June Art Scene in Granbury

The Art Scene in Granbury is alive and thriving!! Here’s what’s going on in June.

Pam Fritz, Jackie Stengle and Deanna Thibault, all Granbury residents and longtime members of The Lake Granbury Art Association are coming together to be the featured artists for the month of June at the Langdon Center Gordon House located at 308 E. Pearl St. They are calling their show “Color Gone Wild” and hope you will mark your calendars to attend their Grand-Opening Reception on May 26th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Their show will be available for viewing during the week from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm until the closing of the show on June 24th.

Another LGAA artist, Karen Foster of Arlington, will be the featured artist with a solo show titled “New Directions” at the Shanley House Gallery and Center of the Arts located at 224 N. Travis St. by the Hood County Library through the month of June. The Grand-Opening reception for this show is June 9th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The show is available for viewing Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Sundays from 11:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Last day of show is June 30th.

Joel Back, Program Coordinator for the Langdon Center, features a different artist or group of artists every month throughout the year. The Lake Granbury Art Association features solo and artist group showing through the summer. LGAA has other member shows throughout the year. If you are an art lover, these are two locations that are a “MUST SEE!”

Don’t forget last Saturday of every month is Gallery Night at all the galleries in Granbury from 5-8 pm. You can stop by each gallery to check out the art, have hordoeurves and a glass of wine. Participating galleries are: Artefactz, Against the Grain, D’Vine Wine, Langdon Center Gordon House, The Pan Handler, Shanley House Gallery and Your Private Collection Gallery.

Granbury’s reputation is quickly growing as one of the finest art communities in the area.


-By Pam Fritz


Puzzled by Jackie Stengle
It Must Be the Circus by Pam  Fritz

Blue Trees by Deanna Thibault

Artwork by Karen Foster